Here you’ll find images and brief explanations describing different aspects of the printmaking processes I use. More in depth information about the printmaking and creative process can be found on my blog as well as my documentary, “Storyprint”

See my instagram feed to see the process and upcoming prints as they progress and keep up to date as they change.


For those of you interested. Two of my most recent prints are available for sale on my website. (Website link in bio ) Framed and unframed. Thanks to everyone who followed along! I’ll be posting my next project soon.
Text reads:
Being out of reach didn’t mean it wasn’t worth reaching for.  and, what was offered— well, that was just right.
Last but not least. Adding a light shade of violet on top of our main characters  help tie them a little more to the flower.
Darker green on the horizon
Shadow block.
Yellow sky.
More depth on tree clouds and figures
Second color on the main flower.

squyareabout Printing a color in the moku hanga process.


cuttingangle

Showing the proper angle, cutting with a knife. Note the beveled side up and flat side against the edge of the line to be carved.